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Nigeria's show of shame: "Nigerians are too busy trying to scrape a living to concern themselves unduly with what they know is going to happen anyway and about which they can do very little." Welcome to Nigeria where MPs now let their fists do the talking in parliament instead of their mouths. Aug 1, 2010 1148
Good luck Jonathan: with the death of President Umaru Yar'Adua and the expected "new" political order about to be put in place, perhaps the time has come when Nigerians should insist that the rules prescribed by the national constitution be followed. Jun 1, 2010 1198
Will he? won't he? Babangida for 2011? Adewale Maja-Pearce is at least one Nigerian who fervently hopes not. But the Maradona of Nigerian politics says: "I am still doing some consultation and, honestly, I will give you feedback very soon.". Interview May 1, 2010 1079
Nigeria at the crossroads. Apr 1, 2010 1149
Nigeria: Yar'Adua's last riddle? Apr 1, 2010 1127
Not waving but drowning: Nigeria is too rich to be poor, but the fact that the president's prolonged absence has made no difference whatsoever to the lives of ordinary citizens is, of course, indicative of the essential hollowness of the government's claim to power. Mar 1, 2010 1134
In my father's land: ten years ago, Adewale Maja-Pearce (of Nigerian and British descent), decided to relocate from London to Lagos. He has just returned to Britain (perhaps for good, he doesn't know yet), because what he has seen in Nigeria in these 10 years, sometimes depresses him. Here is his personal account of conditions in his father's land. Dec 1, 2009 2279

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